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Now in its fifth year, A Feeling for Practice goes behind the scenes to explore the different ways artists revive seminal work. Not just a matter of teaching the steps, it's a much more complex and interesting process which can be approached in a variety of ways. Renowned choreographer Richard Alston shares his process of reviving sections from Wildlife, originally created for Rambert Dance Company in 1983, focusing on how he works with the dancers to bring the piece to life in a new way. Pedro Machado, Candoco's Co-Artistic Director, reveals the process of re-staging Trisha Brown's Set and Reset/Reset on both able and disabled bodies. Dancers - both live and on film - illustrate the two presentations. A Feeling for Practice is facilitated by Dick McCaw.

Choreographer Richard Alston.

A Feeling for Practice

A Feeling for Practice (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T0666103965. Details of all A Feeling for Practice archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S342810018

Archive Listings

9 Oct 11Southbank Centre
West End
Greater London

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